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Titch gives Ted directions to the beach and Ted learns the difference between left and right.

Titch gives Ted directions to the beach and Ted learns the difference between left and right.

We meet two sets of twins who are friends while they are playing in the park. They describe their similarities and differences.

We meet two sets of twins who are friends while they are playing in the park. They describe their similarities and differences.

Play School has its very own habitat with lots of minibeasts including a stick insect, worms and snails.

Play School has its very own habitat with lots of minibeasts including a stick insect, worms and snails.

Mister Maker and a child make a foil animal picture using recycled kitchen foil and cardstock.

Mister Maker and a child make a foil animal picture using recycled kitchen foil and cardstock.

A read aloud of Cookiebot about a boy and his toy horse who build a robot to help them reach the cookie jar.

A read aloud of Cookiebot about a boy and his toy horse who build a robot to help them reach the cookie jar.

A read aloud of The Talent Show about a band that needs a singer but thinks the small bird can't possibly do the job.

A read aloud of The Talent Show about a band that needs a singer but thinks the small bird can't possibly do the job.

Mister Maker and a child make a space window picture with paper, a clear plastic top, and glue.

Mister Maker and a child make a space window picture with paper, a clear plastic top, and glue.

A read aloud of Stanley's Party about a dog that tests his limits when his owners leave the house.

A read aloud of Stanley's Party about a dog that tests his limits when his owners leave the house.

Mister Maker makes a paper crown out of coloured paper, cotton, glitter, and glue.

Mister Maker makes a paper crown out of coloured paper, cotton, glitter, and glue.

Mister Maker and several kids make a giant bowling alley set and show how to make mini skittles for a mini bowling game.

Mister Maker and several kids make a giant bowling alley set and show how to make mini skittles for a mini bowling game.

Join a family on a trip to the zoo to see the seals swimming, leaping, splashing, and balancing a ball, and learn some of the different parts of the animal.

Join a family on a trip to the zoo to see the seals swimming, leaping, splashing, and balancing a ball, and learn some of the different parts of the animal.

Avocados are delicious, which makes it even more disappointing when they get bruised! Luckily for us, Professor Daryl Joyce and Dr Melinda Perkins from The University of ...

Avocados are delicious, which makes it even more disappointing when they get bruised! Luckily for us, Professor Daryl Joyce and Dr Melinda Perkins from The University of Queensland are working to make this predicament a thing of the past.

Learn how various household items can be used to make sound effects. Guess the animal by didgeridoo sounds.

Learn how various household items can be used to make sound effects. Guess the animal by didgeridoo sounds.

With over 500 km of track and more than 400 trams, Melbourne's tram network is one of the largest in the world! But, as Leigh Camilleri and Laurent Herisson from Bombardier ...

With over 500 km of track and more than 400 trams, Melbourne's tram network is one of the largest in the world! But, as Leigh Camilleri and Laurent Herisson from Bombardier Transport explain, it all starts in the factory where they're built!

Most lizards live solitary lives. But as Associate Professor Mike Gardener explains gidgee skinks prefer the company of others.

Most lizards live solitary lives. But as Associate Professor Mike Gardener explains gidgee skinks prefer the company of others.

Join molecular biologist Dr Angie Jarrad from the University of Queensland as she hunts for an antibiotic superhero to fight a new generation of superbugs!

Join molecular biologist Dr Angie Jarrad from the University of Queensland as she hunts for an antibiotic superhero to fight a new generation of superbugs!

When someone bruises their skin, a process that includes blood cells and protein form a new layer of skin. During this process several effects occur.

When someone bruises their skin, a process that includes blood cells and protein form a new layer of skin. During this process several effects occur.

Oceans aren't as silent as you might think, they're filled with a whole host of marine murmurings! But that might soon change. Associate Professor Ivan Nagelkerken and ...

Oceans aren't as silent as you might think, they're filled with a whole host of marine murmurings! But that might soon change. Associate Professor Ivan Nagelkerken and Professor Sean Connell from the University of Adelaide are studying what affect pollution has on these nautical noises.

Children design and build their own musical instruments out of recyclable materials.

Children design and build their own musical instruments out of recyclable materials.

Join junior scientists Alice and Claire as they explore the inner workings of the human hand by creating their very own articulated model!

Join junior scientists Alice and Claire as they explore the inner workings of the human hand by creating their very own articulated model!

Join junior scientist Michelle as she explores the science behind papier mache while creating her very own pinata.

Join junior scientist Michelle as she explores the science behind papier mache while creating her very own pinata.

Dingos are one of Australia's most iconic native species, but what they get up to when we're not around still remains a mystery. That is until now! Jack Tatler from the ...

Dingos are one of Australia's most iconic native species, but what they get up to when we're not around still remains a mystery. That is until now! Jack Tatler from the University of Adelaide has been using specialised collars to learn all about the secret lives of dingos!

It's the human body's largest organ, it's totally waterproof and it keeps your insides in. Yep, our skin is pretty amazing! Dr Amy Holmes from the University of South ...

It's the human body's largest organ, it's totally waterproof and it keeps your insides in. Yep, our skin is pretty amazing! Dr Amy Holmes from the University of South Australia is studying how this brilliant biological barrier is able to keep out unwanted chemicals!

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